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|Monday, March 29, 2010|
Local governments and agencies participating in Oregon's Public Employees Retirement System will have to significantly increase their PERS contributions to make up for the 2008 market decline.
Employers will have to pay a total of over $1 billion in additional employer pension contributions.
Read the full story at the Statesman Journal.
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